Add a 32-bit or 64-bit to Operating System Name in Web UI
Jason Shiflet 7 years ago • updated by anonymous 4 years ago • 7
It would be great if next to the "Operating System:" value in the Web UI for each agent for it to not only show the OS Name, but also the CPU architecture it's running on (32-bit/64-bit or x86/x64). That way it's easy to identify whether the machine is running in 32 or 64-bit mode.
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Came to suggest this, too. While x64 is almost the standard, I'm still dealing with a fair number of x32 machines. I just bought a micro-PC just to self-host SC and it's 32-bit.
We added the bit version, along with a few other additional details, to the general tab. This should become available within the next two releases (6.6-6.7).
👍 I've been getting by with noting if they have more than 4GB ram or having to look for a Program Files (x86) folder but this will be better and easier.
I wanted to pass along an update :) Unfortunately, this request didn't make it in the release I first anticipated, but we're working progressively to get it rolled into 7.0
Here is a preview of what's to come.
Just to check, Kristen, having it in the Processor section looks like it means the system is x64-capable as opposed to putting it next to the Windows version. The way it is displayed, will that necessarily mean that it is absolutely an x64 system?
To the best of my knowledge, yes, and you'll be able to create a session group off the information.